Notch bending test
Testing material behavior from -90 up to 150 °C
Notch impact testing is a procedure in material testing during which a material's ductile values, like that of different steels, for example, are determined.
During the test, a swing hammer impacts on a thermostated, notched sample, breaking through it in the process. With this process, how the material behaves at different temperatures can be examined. The typical temperature range of notch impact testing is between -90 °C and +150 °C. The suitable solutions for this application are the cooling thermostats of the LAUDA Proline Kryomats.
LAUDA solutions for this application
|Product Name||LAUDA Proline Kryomat RP 3050 C||LAUDA Proline Kryomat RP 4050 C||LAUDA Proline Kryomat RP 3090 C|
|Working temperature min.||°C||-50||-50||-90|
|Working temperature max.||°C||200||200||200|
|Bath volume max.||L||31||44||31|
|Pump pressure max.||bar||0.50||0.50||0.50|
|Pump flow max. (pressure)||L/min||19||19||19|